Burton Encore Insulated Snowboard Jacket (Men's)
A fully protective insulated jacket, the Burton Encore Insulated Snowboard Jacket thrives in winter. The 10K/10K waterproof/breathable fabric keeps you dry from inside and out. The mapped Thinsulateâ„˘ insulation stokes the fire underneath while PitZipsâ„˘ open up the windows if it gets too hot and smoky. An attached hood and powder skirt seal out any blustery weather.
- Fabric Rating: 10K Waterproof/10K Breathable
- Shell Material: DRYRIDE Durashellâ„˘ 2-layer nylon fabric
- Lining Material: Quilted knit and taffeta lining
- Insulation: 60g body/40g sleeves & hood Thinsulateâ„˘ insulation
- Fit: Sig Fit is roomier and provides layering room without bulk
- Critically taped seams prevent moisture from seeping inside
- Aegisâ„˘ antimicrobial-lined arm pits resist odor buildup
- Lining wicks moisture and adds warmth
- Attached, helmet-friendly hood adds head protection
- PitZipsâ„˘ open to release excess heat
- Zippered microfleece handwarmer pockets keep fingers warm
- Articulated sleeves provide natural movement
- Hem drawcord cinches to seal out cold air
- Adjustable cuff closures wrap snugly around wrists
- Pass pocket provides transparent season pass storage
- Pocket key clip keeps the keys to the castle secure
- Internal Patch-On Pockets keep things secure
- Internal goggle pocket with secure audio sleeve for your goggles and music player
- Magic Stitch powder skirt keeps out snow and is removable one time
- Jacket-to-Pant Interface connects jacket and pants to keep out snow
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"Will this jacket be okay for snowboarding in 10-50 degrees fahrenheit?"
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Question by Roberto on 12/7/2014 - 3:02 am
"It depends on how hot you get while active and how cold you are when not active. You could certainly get away with it, but definitely will want to bring layers that you can remove later if needed. As you can see, we've only given this a warmth rating of 5/10 so it's not the warmest option, but most advanced snowboarders don't need a ton of insulation."
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/7/2014 - 1:48 pm
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